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19987 1st Ave S Ste 103
Normandy Park, WA 98148

 

Tel: 206. 824.7200

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Living Life in Balance Blog

July 2, 2019

Children between the ages of 8-18 look at screens, such as phones, TV’s, and computers, for an average of 7.5 hours per day. This screen time is solely for entertainment purposes and doesn’t include screen time used for homework or at school. Spending massive amounts in front of a screen prevents children from getting the minimum 60 minutes per day of physical activity.  Screen time should be limited to 1-2 hours per day to encourage children to engage in more physical activities. Some activities children can do instead of looking at screens are: play a sport, walk the dog, or ride a bike.

June 7, 2016

Now that the sun is shining and summer is almost here, a topic to go over is how much outdoor playtime is necessary for kids. Nowadays, it’s tough to pull a child away from a TV, an iPad, a computer, or a phone. A recent study has shown that kids between the ages of 8 and 18 spend around 7 hours PER DAY in front of a screen.  The value of outdoor play includes not only physical benefits, but mental, as well!

The CDC recommends one hour per day of play, mainly for physical benefits: burn calories, tone muscles, and mange weight. The American Academy of Pediatrics states that one hour of play per day can help a child unwind, relax and be creative. This creative type of play is good for mental and social development. Even 30 minutes a day outside can help create awareness around nature and the outdoors, making children more inclined to be conservation-minded.  Researchers at the University of Illinois have shown that outdoor time can also help children with attention deficit hyperactivity...

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Dr. Genie will be adjusting 

Monday 10AM - 1PM

& Thursday: 9AM - 7PM

Massage and Nutrition is available Mon - Sat by appointment

Dr. Genie is adjusting M, TH & Sat unless out of town for training!

She is in providing metaphysical services on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and weekends by appointment . 

She will be out of the office

DEC 24-26TH - Happy Holidays!!

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Saturday Adjusting:

OUR SATURDAY HOURS ARE:

9-11AM 

DEC 7TH & 21ST

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Dr. Coke is in the office on Tuesdays and Saturdays

Carol Longacre is hosting group REIKI sessions the 1ST & 3RD Friday's of the month 7 - 8:30PM

*EMPOWER THYSELF class & initiation: Illume Innate

DEC 28-29TH

*MAX MEDITATION  SYSTEMS™: Illume Innate

DEC 9TH: 7 - 8:30PM

*CHI & Chocolate: Illume Innate

DEC 8TH: 10AM 

Movement Meditation

*24 HOUR RESET: A weekend intensive for body, mind and spirit

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